Texas like you wouldn't believe.
@Toshiba90111, I went to Galveston this weekend. I stayed inside. It was too hot
@close enough, Dude, southeast Texas, we're still wearing shorts and sweating
@Toshiba90111, north Texas it snowed last week, perfectly good and cold, melted within two hours. Then the rest of the week it was in the 70's then back down to the 40's without a minutes warning
@Toshiba90111, ahhhh a fellow Texan, I know that feel bro
@Toshiba90111, I was in Austin yesterday, and I was lock out of a building for half an hour in 45 degree weather, then 3 hours later it was 75.
@close enough, I went to Galveston too this weekend to surf.
@BabySneezeFart, yeah I live in north Texas, the ice was terrible definably on 380
@TitaniaSilk, Which is why, after living in Austin my whole life, I want to move somewhere where there are actually 4 seasons.
@TitaniaSilk, every day dude EVERYDAY!!!
@Toshiba90111, thats cute
@Toshiba90111, thats cute. Sincerely, south louisiana
@Toshiba90111, south Texas here, we didn't even have a winter!! Seriously, 3 days of 20* weather, then back to high 60-70's :/
@BabySneezeFart, that snow was good for me, No School!
@Toshiba90111, Friday I wake up it is in the 20s and windy. By the end of day its in the 70s and muggy. Ah the joys of north Texas. DFW Metro yeeeeuhh!!!
@Toshiba90111, In Houston, nearly froze to death last night, today can't wear pants cause it's to hot
@Toshiba90111, southwest Houson. Fort Bend. On and off cold and hot.
This is inaccurate; Oregon is the new Washington.
@Toshiba90111, Round Rock is starting to go back down to the cooler temperatures
More like ohio
@Penis Fingers, dat username....
@Penis Fingers, we have it like that in Wisconsin
@Penis Fingers, Indiana's the same way
@Slapin da bass, Iowa
@Penis Fingers, as an Ohioan, I concur
@Penis Fingers, I agree! The weather in Ohio has been ridiculous these last few weeks.
@Penis Fingers, and michig
@Penis Fingers, seriously. 60 degrees less than a week ago, 20 degrees today.
@Penis Fingers, Ohio's retarded weather ftw
@Penis Fingers, username caused a disturbing flashback to that pic where mickey mouse showed Donald his hand without the glove on.... Thanks for the ruined childhood
@Penis Fingers, and Kentucky, but we're pretty close so it makes sense
@Penis Fingers, Hi Mickey Mouse!
@Penis Fingers, this is the truest sentence i have ever seen. Goddamn weather here is a moshpit of stuff
@Penis Fingers, Or Illinois
@Penis Fingers, exactly what I was thinking
@The Wiener Bandit, they need to overlap more for Ohio.
I see the same picture but instead of North Carolina it said Michigan... Which is also true
@Youre a poop, ah Michigan, the great state where we use both our AC and heater on the same day, where we have lawn toys we can only play with 3 months out of the year, and most importantly, where everything is better than Ohio, no exceptions
@Youre a poop, Also, Eastern Washington
Hey they've got Mormon ads on here now!!!! :D
As a citizen of NC, I certify this to be true. Last Friday it was 72 degrees at noon, and snowing by 6 pm
@i couldnt care less, yea, the weather here is crazy...
@i couldnt care less, yup, it's the same here in Wv. I swear our weather is bipolar.
@i couldnt care less, Funny. I don't even remember the last time it snowed here in 'Hopeless' Mills.
@i couldnt care less, as another citizen of NC I will verify his verification
@i couldnt care less, NC Citizens unite!
@i couldnt care less, me too, I live in Raleigh
@Malorn13, as do I
@i couldnt care less, I know! It was like 45 degrees on Friday morning, and I saw a little bit of snow flurries here in NC, it was crazy!!
Obviously you've never been to Wisconsin. This describes our weather perfectly. It's only "cold" sometimes. Btw. The picture is inaccurate: Wisconsinites don't shiver in the cold. We are immune.
@Bobzilla8735, as a neighbor Minnesotan, I can confirm the cold immunity. But I cannot stand when it is 90 degrees or higher. I belong in cold weather.
As a NC Native I can agree with this. It goes from twenty and below with nice on the ground to 70 degrees to the mid 40s.
Yep. I live in North Carolina. Take a six hour drive from the Atlantic coast to the Appalachians. You'll get everything from blizzards to hurricanes. In central nc, it was 72 degrees and then it snowed the next day recently.
@Tickle Monster, seriously! In scottsville we had 60* weather and thunderstorms, then snow all day Saturday, and it all melted off by noon!
I'm from Ohio, and we actually have this saying "welcome to Ohio. Don't like the weather? Wait ten minutes"
More like California! Haha just kidding. It's perfect here
It's not that bad, apparently it's only like that on thursdays
Yup. It's like it lost a bet and now it has to flip a coin every day to determine the season:) (NC FTW)
You stole this from Michigan.
More like Michigan
More like Michigan
That's exactly like Wisconsin only construction is its own season
No Colorado is worse.
@Nuggetsfan1212, what is colorado's top heat? Ours (Arizona) is 122... Good luck with that...
Welcome to utah
I live in Phoenix, and the picture is pretty accurate for us in the summer, but in the fall and spring, it's about 70°, and in the winter, this year it got down to 23°.
HEY we get four seasons in Wisconsin. It fricken sucks though cuz we're subtropical so summer is hot af and humid
More like Kansas, actually. This year, they had one day where it went up to 80° and the next day it snowed. And the next day and the next day and the next day and the next day...
Illinois: The place where it's 65 one day and 0 the next. But that's ok, we got a giant silver bean you can stare at.
*Missouri. one day, it was 75, then the next day there was snow on the ground.
Weather in Ohio anyone?
@Moo Cow Panshi, It's insane! I wear shorts one day and freeze my butt off the next.
It's like this a lot in Canada
This was literally the weather last week in Ohio
Ohio is probably worse when it comes to weather changes....all four seasons within a couple hours.
As a citizen of North Carolina, I agree with this picture. In fact, we even joke around and say that NC is the only place in the world where you can experience all 4 seasons in one day.
@stolenlight, that's funny. people in Wisconsin make the same joke (about ourselves) all the time.
@stolenlight, one word... Florida
@stolenlight, Kansas is the same way. We actually had one of those days last week...it was terrible.
@stolenlight, Damn straight. Problem is, we're not joking around.
@stolenlight, new jersey is just as bad.
@stolenlight, we say this in Ohio too
@stolenlight, we also say that about New York. Hhmmm.
@stolenlight, funny. People in New Mexico say the same thing!
It's so true I live in NC it's been 50 then 70
Wisconsin is unbelievably cold sometimes.
Washington is like this during the year...not on one Thursday
Nothing like Texas bi-polar weather...
Your kidding me. This is Chicago. It was 68 degrees Tuesday and -
Bitch please here in Canada, in f**king Wisconsin year round!
Yes but in Scotland it's the last 3 everyday
Waits for "Don't go outside, can't relate" comments...
North Carolina has nothing on Chicago
North carolina seems a lot like Britain
WOOO WISCONSINITES UNITE!
Being a Seattleite, that is an extremely true portrayal of Washington.
Dude this is Colorado all the way
I live in North Carolina and last friday it was 70 and the next day it was snowing
More like bloody ireland, crap wads
Last three all at the same time x100=Scotland
There was a picture exactly like this only it said "Missouri"... all this happens in one day sometimes...
Fun fact that nobody cares about! In nothern Arizona it's actually very foresty and cold!
Female, please. Chicago winters. 60 one day, 16 the next. That was last week.
More like Indiana
Err, more like Pennsylvania if you ask me.
More like Colorado.
That is every day in Oregon
In Minnesota we would just have winter all year.
Has anyone here ever lived in louisiana? No? Then shut up. North carolina has nothing on louisiana. Niether does texas, and definitely not Ohio
I live in nc just wanted to say
Try New England
Ohio - b*tch please
Upstate New York. It was snowing then the next day t was 51 _
I live in Washington, ad the weather is really predictable. Last year the longest we went without rain was about a month.
This is like 9am in Michigan
Nah Tennessee, it was 71 degrees Tuesday with tornadoes and the next day we got out of school for snow.
Everyone thinks their state is the worst. What you all don't realize is Virginia has it the worst.
Have you even SEEN Minnesota?
I love this picture, I am now knowledgeable of who lives where, and I'm loving all the Texans!!
clearly this person has never been to Idaho.
Nah, I live in NC and it was 70 one day then the next day came snow then a tornado came through
Oh so it gets to 120 degrees in NC?
I live in North Carolina and i always say that my town screws us over by raining a lot in summer but in the winter it is just really cold and no snow.
I've seen this used for so many different states and cities. Can we all just come to the conclusion that the weather is messed up everywhere, meaning we all really just have normal weather?
I live in NC and yes, this is completey true!! Last week there was a high of 79, five days later a high of 45. I live on the eastern coast near thr beach so the wind especially screws everything up
I think you mean Indiana...
Try Oklahoma. No comparison
It's more like Michigan....
You've never been to Michigan have you?
This is exactly like Kentucky, it was 65 one afternoon and it was 25 the next morning with a wind chill of below 0
Go North Carolina
Bitch please, that's Melbourne weather!
If it's windy in Nebraska, why would you wear a skirt? Or a long sleeve in Arizona when it's hot?
Can't relate, british
@Alphanumeric28, That means all you have to do is look at the weather titled "Washington"
First off, only Seattle is extremely rainy. The east half of the state is extremely dry and we even have a desert!
Sorry guys, Colorado.
Arkansas, bitches! One morning it was snowing. Later that afternoon, there were tornado warnings all over the state.
This is Missouri, Monday it was 60's Tuesday it was storming with tornado earnings and Wednesday it was snowing
I live in Washington. FML
Texas is the same way.
I'm pretty sure the original text was "Massachusetts"
*Colorado* "You guys must be new here"
Try southern Indiana
I beg to differ! This past Wednesday in Indiana, we had severe weather with a tornado threat with a temperature of 72 degrees. The next day we had a blizzard warning with a temperature of 20 degrees
Ha. That's my state.
Nope more like Colorado
Obviously who ever made this has never been to Oklahoma
*waits for person from North Carolina to comment
Pfft Thats Nothing San Diego, California Has Bi-polar Weather
Virginia is worse. We had 20 degrees and 1 of ice in the morning and then 60 degrees and sunny the next day.
2 on Thursday.
Yay a pic about my state
Texas is the first one any season
Weather in Sydney. 5pm, 6pm, 9pm always changes but never snows. Suck it up, America.
@InfectedThingy, also, you guys are upside down.
Wow, whoever remade this pic must have been real clever. They changed the word Texas to North Carolina!
B!tch please that's Mississippi. 2 days ago it was 80 it rained and the next day it was 30 and now its 75 outside
I'm a North Carolinian I can tell u this is true
I seriously don't get why people bitch at California as if Los Angeles was 99.99% of it. We have all four weather types throughout the state. And yes some of us do butch about it but sometimes if you don't keep up with the weather, you end up riding your bike to school in a leather jacket because you were too lazy to iron all your clothes so you only did the cold weather type clothing because for the last two days it"d been 39-52 deg. F... I hate you California.....
I think someone from every state has commented how this is how their weather is.
Hey! I live in North Carolina!
Arizona isn't that hot, sure it gets really hot but who goes outside anyways, winters aren't as cold and WE DON'T HAVE TO DEAL WITH SNOW WOOO
Happened in KY this week. Tuesday was in the high sixties. Tuesday, poured down rain. Wednesday, very windy. Friday, 6 inches of snow.
More like Minnesota! Its not uncommon to have 30 degree temperature rise or drop in one day.
I guess north Carolina no n
I live in NC, and this is so true.
This is texas sorry. Not North Carolina
More like Idaho
I saw this for Alabama first. Which is extremely accurate. Our weather is bipolar.
One time in Kansas, it was in the 70's one day and the very next day it was snowing hard.
Or Michigan, we went from 55 and rainy to 20 and blizzard
And New York...
Ever been to Missouri
Should try living in Idaho! Our winters are below zero for weeks and our summers are over a hundred for weeks as well!
In louisiana this is all in one day
weather in pittsburgh*
Texas, too!! 😜
Can we agree this is just the mid-west because here in Missouri it's the same situation
Nc this could be as far north as Maryland
As a North Carolinian I can confirm this.
More like Melbourne
Oklahoma and Arkansas
Obviously you guys haven't been to Iowa
Apparently, in New Orleans, it can be 80° in December and no one cares. Why am I like the only one caring here???
I was just in North Carolina for a week and the weather wasn't like this
More like Illinois
Thats Colorado actually
Why is it Thursday?
Southern California: Hot. Just Summer all year long. No, it's not fun.
Holy crap so true
More like GEORGIA!!!
I go to NC, outer banks. And it feels like this all the time! Anyone else that goes there?
Arizona isn't that bad... If you can get over 122degree heats, black widows (I've had them in my house), squirpions(also in my house), and people whining about it all, then your fine...
In Oregon it's Washington from October to May, then switches off from Arizona to Washington in the remaining months.
Not exactly. We call that an average week in November.
You spelled *Maryland wrong
I live in NC. Sunday was 80 degrees and sunny and monday there was a thunder storm and today it was just windy but warm. :/
Every person here is saying this is their state. I think you're all just whining pussies
Arizona isn't that bad, only in spring summer and fall is it 116 ( our highest) this winter it actually snowed in pheonix and Mesa.
SCOTLAND. SHUT UP.
Looks a little like Indiana.
Replace Washington with Vancouver... Every day.
I live in Arizona and the weather in Prescott is more
More like Utah
Like for california
California: hot, dry, windy, snowy, maybe rainy
More like Utah
This is definitely the second time I've seen this. The first one said Mississippi. Apparently no state actually has definite seasons.
Tennessee had a tornado, blizzard, wind, and summer in a matter of 48 hours.
That is most definitely St. Louis
South Carolina as well
New England. just went from an Arctic Freeze with wind chills around -15 degrees (F) to last wednesday at 50 degrees
@Toshiba90111 lol do true
This describes a lot of states. Get over yourself NC.
Really? Im about to move there...
This past week in Maryland though
This is Oklahoma
More like Michigan.
That's the weather in New York.
Are you serious? When I went to Arizona last May it was damn cold there!
No that's Massachusetts every 5 min
More like Michigan...
Minus the snow, that's Florida in winter.
Missouri and Kansas. Midwest is f*cked up!
South Carolina, all year long.
I LIVE IN NC
U sure that's not Michigan?
Same thing in maryland its so bipolar
That's more like Oklahoma
In Alabama, it's the AZ, and WI all year long.
Should say MO. In three days one felt like summer, the second like fall and the third was winter last weekend.
Same in Virginia.
This is so true!!!!
That last one is definitely Ohio